Second Triumvirate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Second Triumvirate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

36 BC - Lepidus defeated.  The Second Triumvirate is destabilized by the jealousies and ambitions of its members. Lepidus is defeated in battle, leaving Octavian and Antony to fight for supremacy.

36 BC - Lepidus defeated. The Second Triumvirate is destabilized by the jealousies and ambitions of its members. Lepidus is defeated in battle, leaving Octavian and Antony to fight for supremacy.

Mark Antony, Roman Politician and General, Part of the second Triumvirate (meaning three rulers) Octavian and Lepidus and Antony. Octavian and Antony argued and separated causing civil war. Antony was defeated in the battle of Actium and surrended in Alexandria to commit suicide with lover Cleopatra present which she committed suicide later as well.

Mark Antony, Roman Politician and General, Part of the second Triumvirate (meaning three rulers) Octavian and Lepidus and Antony. Octavian and Antony argued and separated causing civil war. Antony was defeated in the battle of Actium and surrended in Alexandria to commit suicide with lover Cleopatra present which she committed suicide later as well.

The second triumvirate came about after Caesar's death; and three men Octavian, Antony, and Lepidus joined together to rule Rome.

The second triumvirate came about after Caesar's death; and three men Octavian, Antony, and Lepidus joined together to rule Rome.

Roman aureus bearing the portraits of Mark Antony (left) and Octavian (right), issued in 41 BC to celebrate the establishment of the Second Triumvirate by Octavian, Antony and Marcus Lepidus in 43 BC. Both sides bear the inscription "III VIR R P C", meaning "One of Three Men for the Regulation of the Republic".

Roman aureus bearing the portraits of Mark Antony (left) and Octavian (right), issued in 41 BC to celebrate the establishment of the Second Triumvirate by Octavian, Antony and Marcus Lepidus in 43 BC. Both sides bear the inscription "III VIR R P C", meaning "One of Three Men for the Regulation of the Republic".

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The Second Triumvirate was a political association of convenience between three of Rome's most powerful figures: Mark Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian in the 1st century BCE. Following the assassination...

Second Triumvirate

The Second Triumvirate was a political association of convenience between three of Rome's most powerful figures: Mark Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian in the 1st century BCE. Following the assassination...

THE HISTORY OF THE SECOND TRIUMVIRATE - YouTube

THE HISTORY OF THE SECOND TRIUMVIRATE - YouTube

73. Lepidus  A Roman patrician who rose to become a member of the Second Triumvirate and Pontifex Maximus.

73. Lepidus A Roman patrician who rose to become a member of the Second Triumvirate and Pontifex Maximus.

Second Triumvirate- The Second Triumvirate is the name historians give to the official political alliance of Octavian (later known as Augustus), Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, and Mark Antony, formed on 26 November 43 BC with the enactment of the Lex Titia, the adoption of which marked the end of the Roman Republic. The Triumvirate existed for two five-year terms, covering the period 43 BC – 33 BC.

Second Triumvirate- The Second Triumvirate is the name historians give to the official political alliance of Octavian (later known as Augustus), Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, and Mark Antony, formed on 26 November 43 BC with the enactment of the Lex Titia, the adoption of which marked the end of the Roman Republic. The Triumvirate existed for two five-year terms, covering the period 43 BC – 33 BC.

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